Opossums are called the little heyoehkah, the sacred clown who teaches us to look at things upside down, inside out, and from multiple perspectives. It teaches us how to trick ourselves into the light. Because it is nocturnal, it is a shadow exposer. If your intent is to see the light within your shadow, call of the medicine of the Opossum.
We look again to the East and we see and hear many Voices, many Instruments, many Songs being played in harmony with Grandfather Sun’s Song. These are the Grandfather Stars, the eleventh Power. They are singing the Song of Inspiration and the Chant of the Heyoehkahs. There are many Songs here and each is a Sacred Teacher. The Light coming from these Songs begins to reveal to us our own illusions. We begin to see why it is so hard and yet so simple to sing this Song.
Sacred Grandfather Stars are those stars who are suns for planets with human life.
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Raccoons are considered the masked heyoehkah, or sacred clown. As they gather, they teach us to collect only that which is necessary. They also teach us to horde, save and steal. Raccoon is the teacher of jealously and possessiveness. Because it is nocturnal, it is a shadow exposer.